Sawa bruch in Doha

What better way to spend Saturday than at a brunch that will keep the kids?

Sawa bruch in Doha

Finding weekend activities to suit the whole family, where kids and adults are equally entertained, is no mean feat. The Little League Brunch – part of Marsa Malaz Kempinski’s new brunch collection – has been created for exactly this reason. It’s all about engaging kids with fun and interactive activities, so that they can enjoy brunch as much as their parents do (who can also take advantage of a little R&R at the same time).

This brunch gets creative with both setting and food, with different themes like Sport Superstars, Princes and Princesses or Heroes and Villains. Each week’s brunch is created around the theme, so Princes and Princesses means crown-making activities and a cupcake academy, a comic wall and pizza-making classes at Heroes and Villains, or sack races for Sports Superstars week.

Activities all take place out on the lawn, or kids can enjoy themselves inside at the Kempinski Playroom just outside the restaurant, which is open throughout the whole brunch. They can do anything from watch movies to playing with the Wii or even just putting puzzles together (under the watchful eye of the Kempinski’s well-trained staff, of course).

The kids’ buffet includes a spread of hotdogs, nachos, mini burgers, chicken nuggets, cotton candy, ice cream and more. Meanwhile, adults can sit back, relax and indulge in an international buffet of live cooking stations, and order beverages à la carte. Or maybe join in with a sack race or two... we won’t judge.
QR240 (adults, with soft drinks), QR120 (children aged six-12). Sat 12.30pm-4pm. Sawa, Marsa Malaz Kempinski, The Pearl-Qatar (4035 5011).

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